In this booklet the author shows the human rights in the light of perfectly balanced system of laws and principles of Islam. These rights are bases on revelations from the Divine Book of Muslims, the Glorious Qur’an and from the Sunnah.
This pamphlet discusses some points about why we have to choose Islam. It handles some points such as close relationships with the creator, pure and clear concept about God, forgiveness of sins, accountability and justice, universal message, practical and balanced way of life.
This is pamphlet tries to provide a holistic vision to Islam through handling some issues. It handles the religious obligations in Islam, Islam as a way of life, Islam as a solution to today’s problems, the Islamic concept of prophethood and the concept of life after death in Islam.
There is a question on the cover of the brochure saying, "Do you wish that there were laws to protect the health and well-being of people, animals, planets, trees, land, water, … in fact the whole planet? Well- there are!
This pamphlet mentions some purposes of being in this life. In the beginning, it shows some reasons to believe in Allah as a creator of this universe. Afterwards, it mentions some purposes of being in this life.
This pamphlet shows some misconceptions about Islam and gives answers to all of them. They are such as that Muslim worship a new god or they worship the Prophet Muhammad, Islam is a religion of terrorism, hijab oppresses Muslim women, Islam forces women to marry to who they do not want and that Islam forces people to be Muslims.
This pamphlet gives answers to some frequently asked questions such as the worst sin in Islam, the Islamic view to women, concept of jihad, the Islamic view to terrorism, purpose of life, the prestige of the Prophet Jesus and other prophets in Islam and life after death.
This is a brief pamphlet gives an introduction to Islam. It gives a glimpse to the five pillars of Islam, the concept of worship and the six pillars of Islamic belief. It shows all of that in a simple and easy way.